The Law of Local Adminstration 1775 was an Royal Law issued and passed by the Monarch of Youngia, Catherine I of Youngia, in 1775.

The Law established that every city was to have an Mayor, who would manage the Budget and supervise the Departments. A Durma of the City would be established to handle city adminstrations and pass legislative laws and ordinances in the City. The City taxes were to be regulated and the Pesants given limited Repersentation. The Law was repealed in in the 1880's by King Alexander III of Youngia but reinstated in the 1890's.